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Old 07-09-2009, 01:46 AM
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Yes....I'm a Rad Tech....just do the regular stuff now. Did a little CT, MR...but really enjoyed the OR.
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Yes....I'm a Rad Tech....just do the regular stuff now. Did a little CT, MR...but really enjoyed the OR.
I also did some x-ray and MRI back in the day.
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I also did some x-ray and MRI back in the day.
I love my new digital X-ray. Diagnosis in one minute!

Anyway back to the topic, congrats Serge. I never much cared for the Watt Puppies but I likes the Sophias. My dealer said I will like the Sashas even more!

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I love my new digital X-ray. Diagnosis in one minute!

Anyway back to the topic, congrats Serge. I never much cared for the Watt Puppies but I likes the Sophias. My dealer said I will like the Sashas even more!

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Serge, congrads on your new found love!

I am sure you will have a long affair with these new beauties.

I will await your review and I am sure they will be a glowing one! Cant wait to read!

Enjoy!

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Congrats, Serge, an excellent choice!

With Wilson Audio break in is short, 2 or 3 days maxi.

The speaker position is very very important, as you know.

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I love my new digital X-ray. Diagnosis in one minute!

Anyway back to the topic, congrats Serge. I never much cared for the Watt Puppies but I likes the Sophias. My dealer said I will like the Sashas even more!

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Give them a listen Howie. I was surprised when I first heard them.
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Serge, congrads on your new found love!

I am sure you will have a long affair with these new beauties.

I will await your review and I am sure they will be a glowing one! Cant wait to read!

Enjoy!
Thanks Jerry! I will try to describe them more in detail in a few weeks or so.
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Congrats, Serge, an excellent choice!

With Wilson Audio break in is short, 2 or 3 days maxi.

The speaker position is very very important, as you know.

Jean-Marc.
Yes, the Sasha are more sensitive to position than the Sophia 2s were. I noticed that right away and every little change is audible. Focus, tonality, bass, changes with every slight movement. Good thing they are on casters so I can experiment much easier before I spike them.
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Serge,

Are you using your subwoofer's with the Sasha speakers or is the bass so good you do not feel that you need them ?
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